Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense Official Strategy Guide

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Brady, 1999 - Games - 127 pages
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-- This BradyGames strategy guide has bios for each character, as well as their combos and move lists
-- Description of vehicles, including additional attributes and power-ups, give players the competitive advantage
-- Secrets, multi-player strategies, and detailed maps, complete with call-outs, are provided
-- Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense, the sequel to the very popular Vigilante 8, occurs after players time travel from the future back to the 70's. Players drive one of 18 vehicles, including an old tow truck, a stretch limo, and a garbage truck
-- Numerous modes of gameplay are available, such as Arcade mode, Quest mode, and two all new multi-player modes: Coop mode and Grand Melee Deathmatch mode
-- Players are now able to upgrade their vehicles with an array of attributes that are earned by destroying other cars

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